Hi Next Imperial Japan Navy bird - very elegant reconesance biplane Mitsubishi F1M (Type Zero) , in Allied code "Pete". Model is made out of early MPM (1/72) kit. Markings presents airplane from battleship Yamato.
Well no not the model itself but the fact that the 20 or so made of this monster were not that successful. You would have thought the German's would have realised that this beast was totally impractical for the battlefields of the Western Front. Still hats off to TG for filling a much needed gap in those wishing to display a balanced range of WW1 military vehicles.
“Information about the prototype is easy to find on the Internet, in a nutshell I would say that it was the main and, in essence, the only Italian armored car WWI quite perfect in design, so even some fighting in the Second World War. Overall impression of the resin castings - positive: a clear casting, smooth detail, good connectivity and general ease of assembly. Defects quite a bit. Geometric model is completely wrong, there were only corrected form before the body to the right and re-made tower. And in a good body to do again. Pretty strange displayed riveting on the hood - in aviation as small holes, and the crooked located, besides in places rivets overhead panel as if bruised. That is the overall impression that the rivets were just pinned the needle on the master model for some mild (or not yet frozen) surface. In general, the guard and sucks. All this has been redone from plastic and Masterkluba. Added as tides over the doors and portholes, earrings front axle, steering, riveting hood and body manufacturer in the forgotten places flap embrasures, hinges, fastening rear wings, redesigned front hatch, put a new light. The model contains some details of the interior, including three light machine guns Shosha, but it did not do. Colouring extremely simple - Italian armored cars painted in dark green color without any signs.”
Special thanks to: id Claudius here on BM; to Mirek Riha of Modelforum.cz; and indirectly (I did not contact him, just read his old posts on the forum) to id Stefano of Stormo! Magazine; for valuable advice and support.
Hiya everyone. I was still putting the finishing touches on this representation of the Gladiator at 9pm Friday evening ready for the Yeovilton show on the Saturday morning; hence the finished photo's not appearing till today.
Hi friends, I would like to show you my version of the Andrea classic 54mm figure Dances With Wolves that I purchased many years ago when it first appeared. It was painted up and then found its way eventually to figure heaven - The Attic.
Deep in Palestine or Mesopotamia a couple of German aircraft have been shipped in to stiffen Turkish defence against the advancing British infidel! A Turkish office inspect the aircraft and is keen to send them out to scout the enemy positions,
These are again beautiful aircraft from TG and I feel privileged to own them. Woke up this morning and spied the new plane releases from TG - just wonderful. I went for the Swordfish but may have been too late (not that i could have done it any
Well It’s that time again! Time to begin announcing some fabulous new releases due at the end of April. This next catalog is due to be large and comprehensive as it incorporates a brand new product range as well as new metal additions.
You might recall TCS started with large scale figures. Anyone that knows the history of the company can remember several styles initiated about 10 years ago. At the time the pieces did well. Having fully developed
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